Lloyds shares are a favourite among both investors and City professionals, but technical analyst John Burford thinks risk just increased.
A trade dispute with China is underway, but where will it end? Rebecca O'Keeffe, head of investment at interactive investor, talks tariffs and who will win the fight for GKN.
It's hard to call near-term, but chartist Alistair Strang has re-run the software and come up with the FTSE 100 numbers to watch.
Marina Gerner gives sensible long-term strategies for investors who want to minimise the tax they pay and maximise their tax-efficient savings.
A reader wonders if the Decision Engine, a system designed to find good companies at reasonable prices, was fooled. It prompts analyst Richard Beddard to lay his investment process bare.
The AIC's 'Next Generation of Dividend Heroes' list comprises 21 trusts that have increased their dividends each year for 10 to 20 years. Kyle Caldwell runs through the list.
In a four-day week lacking much by way of company results, it's the bitter squabble over control of UK engineering giant GKN that will likely take centre stage.
Stuck below $10,000 for the past fortnight, interactive investor's Cryptocurrency Writer of the Year Gary McFarlane looks at the bitcoin price and rounds up latest market-moving crypto news.
Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives interactive investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.
Full-year results aren't great, but it could have been worse, so Next shares have soared. Richard Hunter talks us through the numbers and market reaction.
This small cap fund manager has a great reputation, and Edmond Jackson believes asset growth boosts operational gearing prospects for the AIM-listed firm.
Woodford Equity Income has failed to beat or match the FTSE All-Share index yield over the past three years. Kyle Caldwell takes an in-depth look at his flagship fund.
London's main index plunged to 2016 levels, but what now? Chartist Alistair Strang reveals the latest numbers to watch for and also where the Aussie index could bounce.
It's one of the best income stocks around, but investors are worried at latest developments in pharma M&A, writes Graeme Evans.
Chinese internet stocks could be less risky than western equivalents says David Jane, manager of Miton's multi-asset fund range.
It's been one of the high street's star retail stocks for a decade, but upmarket Ted Baker is on the slide. Graeme Evans runs through the numbers.
There are a whole host of negative catalysts hammering markets currently, writes Lee Wild who runs through some of them and discusses possibilities here.
Our new dividend watch series has claimed its first victim. Also, six income shares that look shaky. Kyle Caldwell takes a look at the latest dividend slashing.
It's going to take more than a lick of paint to spruce this share up. Chartist Alistair Strang sees if a potential rebound could occur.
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